• See FCE Obudu Post UTME Form, Cut off Mark & Admission Screening Date.

    All candidates who chose Federal College of Education, Obudu in programme affliation with the University of Calabar as First Choice Institution; and scored 160 and above in the 2019 JAMB examination should register for Post UTME Aptitude test by following the guideline below:

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    Candidates who did not choose FCE Obudu Degree programme as their first choice institution, but scored 160 and above should apply to JAMB for change of institution and thereafter obtain the FCE, Obudu screening form.

    Direct Entry applicants (Post NCE) should only apply to JAMB for change of institution.

    Both post UTME and Direct Entry applicants shall be required to obtain FCE, Obudu post UTME/ Direct Entry screening form by following the guidelines below:
    i. Log on to www.apply.fceobudu.edu.ng and generate a Remita Number (RRR).
    ii. Using Remita Number, pay Aptitude/ Screening Test fee of N2000 either at First Bank, Zenith Bank or online.
    iii. After payment use the RRR on the school portal to continue your registration.
    iv. Complete application form online and print a copy.
    v. Attach photocopies of credentials to the duly completed application for which must include original JAMB result slip (for UTME applicants) and Direct Entry slip (for DE applicant(s) and submit to the Degree Programme Unit on or before 30th of August 2019).
    vi. Aptitude test for post UTME applicants shall hold on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.
    vii. Aptitude test for Direct Entry (DE) applicants shall hold on Friday, September 6, 2019.
    viii. Prospective applicants should note that there shall be no extension period.

    Best of luck To You all…
    CampusPortalNG Team


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